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Northern Colorado police shootings lead to community action

By The AP

GREELEY — The Greeley Tribune reports the relatives of men who died in recent Weld County police shootings spoke at a public meeting of the anguish of hearing of the deaths not from authorities, but from friends, social media or the ...


Colorado right-to-die bill gets first public hearing

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers will consider whether to give terminally ill patients the right to choose when they die with the help of doctor-prescribed medication. Pending legislation would require dying patients to get two doctors to ...


Michael Bloomberg to speak at Aspen Institute Friday night

By The AP

ASPEN — Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg will be in Colorado Friday night for an appearance at the Aspen Institute. The three-term mayor will talk with the founding director of the institute’s new Center for Urban ...


Powderhorn upgrade could lift tourist trade

By The Daily Sentinel

If you’re not a skier, the big news about Powderhorn Mountain Resort’s $5 million upgrade may seem like much ado about nothing. But it’s an important development for our regional tourist economy because it increases the ...


Panel backs stricter law for repeat DUI offenders

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — People who drink and drive and get DUIs are a menace who should have the book thrown at them, victims of drunken drivers told a House committee Thursday. Agreeing, the House Judiciary Committee approved a measure to make it a ...


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Blotter, Feb. 6, 2015

By Staff

Hunt for battery thieves Crime Stoppers of Garfield County is seeking the public’s help in identifying the thieves who took auto batteries from the Napa Auto Parts store, 314 E. First St. in Parachute, on Jan. 25. Surveillance video ...


Anthem hackers hit 80M accounts, 
including clients on Western Slope

By Greg Ruland

Private information about West Slope residents covered under Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield health insurance policies may have been stolen by hackers over the past two months. The FBI continues to investigate the theft, which was ...


State Senate votes to reduce standards for renewable energy

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — The state’s standard for how much electricity power companies must generate from renewable energy should be rolled back because too high a mandate isn’t cost effective in the long run, Senate Republicans said ...


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State wants to improve heavily traveled corridor

By Emily Shockley

The stretch of U.S. Highway 6 between the Interstate 70-Business Loop and 33 Road — often referred to as Clifton’s main street — could be in for a makeover. The Colorado Department of Transportation recently began a yearlong ...


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Defense is key for Mesa women’s hoops team

By Patti Arnold

Colorado Mesa is one of the top women’s basketball teams in the RMAC in field-goal defense. Taylor Wagner knows the Mavericks can be better than allowing teams to shoot 36.1 percent, and they must be better this weekend to stay in the ...


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